4/06/2009

Tim Hamilton RTW Fall 2009-2010


I didn't get around to commenting on New York Fashion Week too much, but one designer I felt stood above his peers was Tim Hamilton who continues to excite. 80s minimalism and German industrial design seemed to blend together quite nicely into militant boyish silhouettes. Hamilton has stuck to simple graphic prints and sober usage of color ( few blocky geometric shapes here, a splash of cherry red there).

The line is both rigorously youthful and confidently masculine, bouncing between 60s bohemian roadwarrior and Mod elegance. The patent leather boots in black, and matte leather white pairs are incredibly chic and so severe.





6 comments:

TheSundayBest said...

Let's start a band called the Tim Hamiltons. We'd have the look DOWN.

Ian Brown said...

I'll play bass.

The Fashionisto said...

Thanks for this. :)

Jake Money said...

I am really loving this line, full of stuff I would like to wear and could easily work into my wardrobe.

Style Salvage Steve said...

This as always with Tim Hamilton is styled so well. This was my favourite New York show.

Cillian said...

I think this is probably the post which conveys his work most attractively, damn you Ian, now I'm doomed to covet!

/Male Mode.